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August 10th, 2012 | 247 Entries

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  1. Texts from no one. More like everyone. Our phones so often blow up we never know what reality has in store for us. So don’t live your life through technology, live it through what the good lord gave you: nature and face to face relationships with the ones you love. That’s real livin

    By Meghan URL on 08.10.2012

  2. texts have forever been ruining our lives making us debate the consequences of taking drugs yes indeed we have no one word but life gives us lemons so screw offWhen in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

    We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.–That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, –That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.–Such has been the patient sufferance of these Colonies; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former Systems of Government. The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute Tyranny over these States. To prove this, let Facts be submitted to a candid world.

    By cerion knowles on 08.10.2012

  3. Notice things, Eric had said. I’m still wearing the blindfold. So, I notice things…with my other four senses.
    I hear footsteps atop concrete floor, beeps and buzzing, low and soft voices.
    I smell fresh coffee and stale bread.
    I taste the flavored power Clum had poured into my water (I assume it’s so I’ll be more emotionally drained).
    I feel the air-condition brushing my face, every turn we make, and a deja vu feeling that can’t be ignored.
    “Amelia? Mia, is that you?” a voice says from before us. The voice is scratchy as if it comes from a video camera.
    Clum stiffens by my side, straightens, and says towards the camera watching on, “We haven’t see her before, sir. She said the secret text.”
    The masculine voice doesn’t make a noise until, “Send her in.”
    Placing my hand against a scanner, Clum waits until the machine verifies my hand print. When it does, he ushers me through a door, slips the blindfold off, and exits.
    Leaving me to stare at a blonde that I could swear I’ve seen before.

    By KenzieB19 URL on 08.10.2012

  4. Texts are short for text messages. They allow people to communicate, simply by typing on a phone keypad. This can be useful, or detrimental. It comes at the expense of real communication, and is quite hazardous while driving. It is very distracting! On the other hand, it makes talking quite easy for quick messages. It’s advantageous when talking on the phone is not appropriate.

    By Alex Popp on 08.10.2012

  5. its fun and a way to communicate with people. also a way of yelling at people without having to face them in public. ive ended relationships and friendships over texts but have also started such stuff with them. love texting, best/efficient way of communicating

    By michelle on 08.10.2012

  6. Texts can be long, short, simple, complicated, elaborate. They may be meaningful and meaningless. It all depends when it was written, for whom and under what circumstances. This is an example of a text and I, personally, find it means absolutely nothing. It is irrelevant, yet it is entertaining to write. I find that writing texts to another person, not text messaging, but writing texts, can be full of significance and is a wonderful representation of both caring and love. I hope you read this and know that it is significant. I have no idea what else to write.

    By J on 08.10.2012

  7. Texts…texts…that’s all I hear about. What happened to face to face communication, or regular mail or for that matter just talking on the phone…..sigh….technology It can be the bane of an existence!!

    By coramie URL on 08.10.2012

  8. How we began. I wake up to it, a smile and suprise on my face. i feel like this has been the soul of our relationship. however lame and 21st centurry that is. my inability to verbally communicate allows me to freely express myself to you. ironic that i poured soul and emotion out into something so souless, emotionless, impersonal. I guess that in itself, defines everyrthing we were. It began and ended that way. Makes sense, I won’t text you againn.

    By catherine on 08.10.2012

  9. I send several a day, lately to my muse, Tim. He lives in Boston so I can only text him and call not see him which really blows. Texting is much easier than calling or leaving voicemails.

    By Ashlii on 08.10.2012

  10. Her nimble fingers danced across the buttons, as she raced to beat the angry texts coming in lightning fast. She didn’t mean it to sound the way they had taken it. Damn capital letters.

    By Fiona on 08.10.2012

  11. The ancient texts lay mouldering in the jar under the table, obscured by the heavy parchments that had been unrolled years before. The search for the answer to that particular question would be never-ending if those parchments were not moved to show the jar. The overpowering question had its answer in the jar. The clock ticked on and on. The mould grew and grew. How was this going to end????

    By Betty Barker on 08.10.2012

  12. Messages. Words sent through time and space on the wings of electric birds, blindingly fast and stubbornly persevering.

    By Andrew M. Toups on 08.10.2012

  13. She was constantly reading and sending texts while driving. He, a confirmed Luddite, found this rather disconcerting. Nervous just being in a car, he questioned the politeness of pointing out the squirrel she’d run over while clickety-clacking away on her phone, an event she had yet to notice. What exactly was the protocol for pointing out roadkill on a first date?

    By naturemummy URL on 08.10.2012

  14. Are sometimes quite boring, sometimes take you away to a place you can only see when reading the written script on the page. I enjoy reading…sometimes, it really has to catch me. Conversely it could be talking about phone texts or sms messages, which generally aren’t that exciting. Sometimes I thoroughly enjoy them, but for the most part it’s just a complaint.

    By Jessica on 08.11.2012

  15. I hate texts. I never have had a reason to actually text another person…ever. It’s just something that I have no interest in doing and/ or promoting. Fucking learn to talk face to face again. Because this shit is bananas.

    By LimeGrenade URL on 08.11.2012

  16. Texts can be anything, sometimes sms are called texts. I like when I receive texts, it is a good way of communication. However, texts are not limited to sms, it can be any word.

    By Aayushi URL on 08.11.2012

  17. texitn is a very convenient way to communicate but sometimes it can be annoying…like when some people reply to all of your txtx with lol no matter why is being said…and all of sudden u feel bad about what u said cuz u meant it to be serious but the persons reaction made u feel as if it was a joke

    By Morgan on 08.11.2012

  18. there are so many buddhist texts that talk bout asoka. but was he really a good amn? does it take war to make you love peace? i dont think so. he killed to get the throne and he will alwasy remain that mad man.

    By piggy on 08.11.2012

  19. Multiple texts in the old woman’s room. Hundreds, if not more. Shelves upon shelves of books faced the center of the room, with a dusty hue that reflected the woman’s wisdom. She looked up and smiled sadly at me, before closing her eyes for what may have been the last time.

    By Justice URL on 08.11.2012

  20. there are a lot of thins that come to mind when I think about texts. The first thing that popped up were the textbooks that I’ve needed to read over the years for school, but it also jumped to texts of ancient scrolls that were deciphered over the years in certain areas of the world, and in a way they’re connected.

    By stephanie on 08.11.2012

  21. mobile phone. whatsapp. BBM. general texts are a way of keeping in touch with people when you dont have anything much to say to them or time to chat with them

    By mitali topkar on 08.11.2012

  22. give suggestion to our valuable clients

    By mohit jain on 08.11.2012

  23. touches the sky

    By mohit jain on 08.11.2012

  24. Texts are of course the form of communication that humans have invented that has somehow pulled off the null feeling that we get when we talk to each other with no real interaction.

    By Daniel B. on 08.11.2012

  25. I can never read books that I’m told to read…

    By Dan on 08.11.2012

  26. “But he said ‘ text me’ does that mean i should…” Katie wondered off
    I interrupted her “It means if you want to see him again. Text him.” I smiled at her.
    My mind was else where. It was with MY him. As was my heart.

    By mee123 on 08.11.2012

  27. Fancy word that makes stories no fun, because you have to study and analyze them. Why can’t we just read for fun?

    By Michelle on 08.11.2012

  28. I love texting. Whenever I text, I type the complete words and letters. But sometimes, I only receive that stupid reply that everyone hates. K.

    By Camille URL on 08.11.2012

  29. Today in the times of internet and sms sharing your feelings through texts has become common.

    By karishmah on 08.11.2012

  30. So many people have posted stories about texting. This is not the only meaning of the word. I often wish I could ‘like’ some of the writing, as I can on facebook. The texts that I read here can be illuminating, or boring. Some people are all about themselves and some are really trying to be writers. And I have just discovered how to post more than one thing about a word.

    By Betty Barker on 08.11.2012

  31. Today in the times of internet and sms sharing your feelings through texts has become common, even more than talking face-to-face to each other, people prefer chatting and smsing.

    By karishmah on 08.11.2012

  32. my fingers brushed over the keyboard as i tried to coax the correct words to leap from my brain. I had no idea what to tell him, I just know that I needed to keep speaking to him. I loved him, but he had no idea.

    By Rachel on 08.11.2012

  33. I can’t believe this is how we started. Somehow I’m glad it even happened, but it saddens me that sometimes we can’t be much more. Sorry I have to let you go. This is bad. You and I really were something, but I guess that’ll live forever only in our texts.

    By Natalia T on 08.11.2012

  34. send me sweet little texts with love hearts and big, red, angry texts that blow up my phone. Count your x’s and make me wonder. Your words affect me in ways I wish they wouldn’t.

    By Kim URL on 08.11.2012

  35. We have texts telling us to do many things in life, usually they are ancient and well thought of…what we do not have today is texts telling us where to draw the line and keep restraint. Its something we need in today’s world very urgently.

    By venkat URL on 08.11.2012

  36. this girl was texting and she just couldnt stop. she would always text her friends her whole life story. her friends got really annoyed and blocked her. she became extremely depressed. then one day a unicorn came and saved her. they flew away to the caribean where she had many babies. the unicorn left her with her 200 kids.

    By Chase Daniel on 08.11.2012

  37. Welcome to the one word. One word is a platform where people can write their thoughts and ideas freely without hassles.

    By Mohamed Nizam Hassan on 08.11.2012

  38. It’s hard to wrap your mind around the fact that people hundreds of years ago were writing. Monks scrawling copies of Demosthenes’ speeches in the dim candlelight, historians blotting their ink, recording the triumphs and tragedies of the world.

    By Jess on 08.11.2012

  39. He hasn’t been sending me anything lately. I miss him so bad. Our times together, just vanished into thin air. What else could I do? Listen to Taylor Swift’s The Story of Us? :(

    By Cyan on 08.11.2012

  40. she sat waiting to hear from him.. would it be the next minute… the next hour or tomorrow.. if at all before she heard from the one person she puts life on hold for. Why does he do this every time? heart beats.

    By Kerry URL on 08.11.2012